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Old 2009-01-28, 12:09am
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I bought a couple of these today. tempted to try the butterfly. The flower....don't think it's going to work out though. The heart is cool....Now to try and attempt this!
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Old 2009-02-01, 5:27pm
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These are on sale this week at Michaels, 40% off on the 1-6 of Feburary.
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Old 2009-02-07, 8:46pm
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This was one of the greatest tutorials I have ever found for lampworking. You can not beat the price of these for an optic mold. I've tried the heart so far.. works great! Thank you!
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Old 2009-02-07, 8:55pm
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aww thanks, even with my typos? lol
really truly thanks.
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Old 2009-02-18, 10:00am
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Finally got a picture of one of my beads. I'm having issues getting the murrini melted in well, but am working on it. Red and white heart on Streaky Pink heart.
Ack!!!! Lara...this is so darn adorable!!! And, ooooo - yummie....Streaky Pink!!!!

So cute....
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Old 2011-08-01, 3:31pm
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Bump!

This is a wonderful tutorial!

Thanks so much!
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Old 2018-02-15, 2:32pm
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Did anyone save this tutorial? The original domain is no longer active.
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Found it on her current website: http://www.lauriedonnette.com/freetutorials.htm
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Old 2018-02-17, 9:29am
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Old 2018-02-17, 11:40am
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There is also a free PDF tutorial available from Mary Lockwood. She used miniature steel clay cutters as optic molds.
I have these same cutters to cut out food decorations for appetizer plates. You can find this tut and more nice free PDF tuts here: marylockwood.com

And there is also a LE thread about simple made tools. You can use the metal parts of paper punches not only to create optic moulds but to create a simple press tool. I cannot find the thread yet, but remember Shawnette wrote about paper punches used as press tools.

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